Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 2

Title
Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 2
LC Subject
African Americans Christianity Education Racism
Interviewee
Moule, Jean
Interviewer
Fernández, Natalia
Description
Jean Moule, professor emerita, OSU College of Education, begins by explaining her preparation process for this interview, part 2 of 3, which covers the time period after Moule’s graduation from Berkeley in 1967 through the early 1990s before beginning her graduate work at OSU. Moule first discusses her experiences as a student in a teacher education program during the late 1960s, her various jobs during her time in the Northern California area, and her and her husband’s move to Oregon. Moule then describes her family life and experiences, her involvement in the Christian community and how it influenced and affected her teaching, her work with the Talented and Gifted Program, and her various teaching experiences including her time as a substitute teacher and her work with the incarcerated. Original Collection: MSS Jean Moule Papers; for more information: http://wpmu.library.oregonstate.edu/oregon-multicultural-archives/2012/03/16/jean-moule-papers-2/ Audio File via MediaSpace: http://media.oregonstate.edu/index.php/show/?id=0_mpqfh32u
Date
2012-02-09
Rights
Rights Reserved - Free Access
Rights Holder
Oregon Multicultural Archives, OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center
Local Collection Name
Oregon Multicultural Archives Oral History Collection (OH 18)
Format
application/pdf
Set
Oregon Multicultural Archives OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center
Institution
Oregon State University
Created
2012-03-12
Modified
2012-06-21